“infusing synth-based, of-the-period productions with gospel fire and an always tasteful touch of jazzy drama.” –The Baltimore Sun
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Alicia Michelle “Miki” Howard was the daughter of two well-known gospel singers. Her father, Clay Graham, sang with the Pilgrim Jubiliees and her mother, Josephine Howard, was a member of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees the Caravans.
Howard signed a contract with Atlantic Records in the mid-1980s and recorded her first solo album, “Come Share My Love”, in 1986. The title track from the album was its first single, hitting the top ten of the R&B charts and reaching number five in late 1986. A remake of the pop standard “Imagination,” which Howard had fought to include on “Come Share My Love”, was another hit from the album. The R&B world has rarely seen such consistent greatness spanning five decades.
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